Mr Tanvir Saurav
Research Assistant

Mr Tanvir Saurav

UNSW Canberra
School of Science

I graduated magna cum laude from Temple University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering in 2018. In the same year, I joined the Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) program at The University of Melbourne where I worked on direct numerical simulation (DNS) of rough-wall turbulent flows using high performance computing. I completed my degree with an Outstanding H1 (First Class Honours, 91%) in 2021, and later joined the PhD program at UNSW Canberra in 2022. My current research focuses on developing numerical models to simulate ember storms in wildfires.

Location
Building 26, Room 108

computational fluid dynamics, spectral element method, high performance computing, large-eddy simulation, bushfire modelling

My Teaching

Tutor and Lab Demonstrator - ZPEM1307 - Computational Problem Solving [S1 2023]

Lab Demonstrator - ZPEM1503 - Engineering Physics 1A [S1 2023]

Math and Physics Support - Learning and Teaching Group (LTG)